Snehana

1] STHAVARA JANG AM A SNEHA A VASA, MAJJA. GHRUTA, TAIL

2) SANYOGA BHEDA.

YAMAK SNEHA, TRTVRUT SNEHA and MAHA SNEHA

3] BAHYA / ABHYANTAR A BAHYA: ABHYANGA Just application SANVAHANA: massage.

4J ABHYANTARA ACCHAPANA and VICHARANA Drinking only SNEHA and drinking SNEHA mixed with food respectively.

SNEHAPURVA KARMA.

ATUR PARIKSHA,S NE HAPUR VA B HO JANADIVYAVASTHA AU3HADHI TATHA UPAKARANA VYAVASTHA SNEHA PRADHANA KARMA MATRA, KAALA, SNEHA PRASHANA VTDHI, SNEHA JEERNA LAKSHANA PARKS HA, SNEHA SNIGDHA LAKSHANA PARIKSHA and SNEHA VYAPADA and its CHHIKITSA.

MATRA UTTAMA, MADHYAMA and RHASVA. SNEHA JEERNA PARIKSHA means test to see if SNEHA is digested or not If oily belching after warm water then incomplete digestion if clear belching then SNEHA is digested In.

PASCHAT KARMAS the actions are simple to imagine as they are mostly local in nature DHOOM is used even today to aid quicker and efficient post partum recovery SAUNA BATH and STEAM BATH are examples SIDANA.

5. Applied Aspects

Appropriately followed PANCHAKARMA CHIKTS A is found to be effective in chronic cases of migraine, epilepsy, insomnia, obesity etc.

6. Future Prospects

PANCHAKARMA can be developed further by using procedures such as lung wash, bladder wash, syringing of ears, washing of eyes etc.

If one uses Ayurvedic medicines then these procedures can be made more beneficial if when already followed or used.

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